Terrakion Location - Pokémon Black and White
Terrakion the Legendary Pokémon
In Pokémon Black and White, as with all of the Pokémon core games, there are 'legendary' Pokémon. These are Pokémon that can only be caught once (without using an Action Replay code anyway), and that can not be bred.
In Pokémon Black and White there are many such Pokémon, including those essential to the game, Reshiram and Zekrom. But as well as these there are a number of others.
Following in the tradition of the previous games there are a legendary 'trio' of Pokémon that are linked together. In this instance they are the '3 musketeers'. One of which is the legendary Pokémon Terrakion...
Terrakion Fan Art
As with many legendary Pokemon, finding Terrakion is easier said than done. Thankfully he is not one of the 'roaming' Pokémon, which can be so frustrating to catch, but he does take a bit of work in getting to his location.
The Terrakion Location
Terrakion can be found on Victory Road, which is admittedly a labyrinth in itself. So rather than go through the detailed ins and outs of catching him, which can be painful, we decided that the best way of highlighting his position is by showing you on the video below.
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Terrakion Location Video
Terrakion Location Facts
- He is the only legendary Pokémon to be found in Victory road in Black/White
- Terrakion is one of the 3 'fighting musketeers', all of which have part fighting typing.
- He is Rock/Fighting duel typing
- He stands at 6'03"
- Although we keep referring to Terrakion as a he, it is in fact genderless
- The other members of the trio are Cobalion and Virizion.
- Keldo is potentially the '4th musketeer', more will be made clear after the movie that features Keldeo.
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